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sometimes it is better to pay with cash. >> reporter: bret's family enjoyed their vacation getaway. most flew for free. >> i used about tension trip trips with my miles. fantastic. >> the value of frequent fliers miles is falling. they crunched the numbers and found it is a waste on certain flights. >> it is only worth it to use it on flights that cost $300 or more. >> reporter: fortunately taking a trip with frequent flier miles is a challenge. according to web fly.com, travelers are most likely to are have success with southwest airlines, followed by u.s. airways at 67%. but to get the flight you want, book early and be flexible with your travel dates. if you don't have enough miles to travel, most allow family and friends to transfer to one another. but that can be costly, too. so check the airlines rules and what happens to your miles if the airline goes bankrupt. >> if it is a major carrier your frequent flier program will be bout by another airline and you won't lose your miles. >> for bret a widely used frequent account is a great thtoannoand wusa9.com. >>> and here's another tip
for three years. in an exclusive interview with bret baier, the host of special report on fox news israeli president perez says that talks over the fate of shalit are continuing and that quote, the gap has narrowed. you may recall he was captured in the gaza strip in 2006. just this week his family celebrated his 23rd birthday and perez hinting a prisoner exchange may be part of the negotiations, but despite that possibility, the israeli president also sent a warpi war to hamas. >> just yesterday a rocket was fired from here, landing somewhere out here. >> yes, yes. the story is if they shoot the-- we reply immediately. >> reporter: so you're standing here looking at this. they can see you at this location. do you get worried? >> no. i think they won't do it because they know immediately that there will be retaliation and that's a handwritten game between us and them and they want to respect it, they'll pay everything. >> patti ann: perez going on to talk about iran's nuclear ambition and his government's new relationship with the obama administration, you can watch more of this exclusiv
immediately. in a fox news exclusive interview along the israel-gaza border, told bret baier he's not afraid of hamas. >> just yesterday a rocket was fired from here, landing somewhere out here. >> yes. the story is if they shoot at us, we will rely immediately. >> so you are standing here looking at this. they can see you at this location. do you get worried? >> no. i think they won't do it because they know immediately there will be retaliation. and there is an unwritten game between us and them. they know if they don't respect it they'll pay heavily. >> shannon: you can catch the rest of the exclusive one-on-one interview with president perez, including sit-down interview, tour of the presidential garden and tour of the border in gaza tomorrow at 6:00 when bret baier will be anchoring special report live from jerusalem. you don't want to miss it. >>> two virginia tech students are dead and the killer is still at large. as loved ones mourn the loss authorities are stepping up patrols in the area where they died. we have the latest on the investigation after the break. introducing the all n
the town of manhattan. greta: there is some noise in the background. what is that? >> they are -- bret: is "they -- greta: who is "date -- "they"? >> the libyans. it is supposed to be the second residents of the libyan ambassador to the united states. for years, the building was completely and utterly derelicts. it was overgrown, a community eyesore, and about three months ago, it sprung to life -- and utterly derryl at -- derelict. when youç are a middle eastern and dictator, whose regime set afloat of an ocean of oil, and youç have a lot of money to spend, even for your two-week jaunt in new jersey. muammar qaddafi has the habit of pitching is bedouin tent under which to receive visitors when he travels abroad. he had no place to pitch in that tent. he asked for a permit in central park and was turned down. if you looked at the level of expenditure that is going on here, you can see is staggering. it was a derelict property. it did not have a roof. this fence is brand new. my offense was taken down without my having been informed, without my permission, without my authorization -
. now bret baier previews what is on "special report," tonight. >> the white house asks americans to report fishy e-mails about healthcare reform. that sets off republicans, an hugo chavez threatens war based on a specific u.s. action. now back to glenn beck. glenn: well, hello, america. there are a lot of dumb stories about politicians trying to use power and ip influence instead of using your head, but let's try it. first story out of california, following a trial after 14 years of deliberations, california has been ordered to reduce the number of inmates by 30%, unfortunately 40,000 prisoners. they need to do it over the next two years, and the state must have a man to do it by mid september. federal judges say conditions due to overcrowding are unconstitutional and amount to cruel and unusual punishment. the judges stopped short of calling for a release of prisoners, but they gave the state just a couple of weeks to come up with a plan. california is out of money. remember, this is the place where they tried to balance the budget, in part, by letting 27,000 nonviolent prisoner
. that's what happened to hundreds of veterans; including bret casey. he joins us now. set the scene for us here. how did this letter come to your attention? >> thanks, john. i got a phone call from my mother last wednesday afternoon. and she -- she said she needed to read a letter to me. and she and my father had already read the letter. she stated the letter is from the veterans affairs and states that you've been diagnosed with lou gehrig's disease. >> put up the text of that letter. quote, according to records of the department of veterans affairs, you have a diagnosis. it's a disease that ice invariably fatal. it robs you of your life. you become bound in a wheelchair, you can't swallow, you die a long and lingering death. what was your reaction when your parents read you that letter? >> i was horrified to say the least. i was actually driving when my mother read the letter to me. so i immediately pulled off the road and several minutes before i could pull myself back together. i asked her to read the letter to me a second time and a third. just horrified. >> did you go through
>> our guestse martin anderson, or bret baier, and on kessler, and we will be taking your phone calls and tweetts. >> sonia sotomayor attended a white house reception this week with president obama. we will show and as part of c- span's america and the courts. saturday, 7:00 eastern. >> the contributing editor to "news whip" profiling people who have overcome significant obstacles in their life. >> this fall, enter the home of america's court from grand public places to place is only accessible to the justices. the supreme court, coming the first sunday in october. host: we continue with our look at some of the nation's leading mayors. joining us from new york city is the mayor of newark, new jersey. thank you for being with us. guest: thanks for having me on. host: a centerpiece for your campaign was public safety. how are we doing? guest: we have made a lot of progress. we are down 40% in shootings. down 1/3 in murders. the largest decrease in the nation in both indices over the last three years, but any new yorker would tell you that we have a lot of work to do. we will continue to
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